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                                                   Exporting All symbols of a watchlist in seperate CSV (name -wise)

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aakash tandon
2018-05-01 06:22:07


Hi Team

How can i export all my symbols of a watch list( all quotes) to separate csv's.
For eg if i have 200 symbols with Close , Open etc quotes how can i create a script to automatically export all symbols to different csv based on their name

i.e 200 csv's each for a different symbol ( doing manually takes a lot of time)

Please Help........



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